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  • If you are looking to buy mutual funds, turn a close attention to their fees. As in some funds you may pay more fees than in others. The fees can be up to 3% in some funds. So, if fund grows 10% a year, you only make 7%. The good choice is to go with index funds, these have the lowest fees, like 0,5%-1%. You can usually buy them in form of ETFs as well.

    • flameskywiper

      what company has the lowest fees?

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  • I’d appreciate to retire in San Raphael, France on the Mediterranean Sea. It is so gorgeous! I’d also get the job done on learning French since extremely few folks there speak English.

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  • whole of the UK but of course most of our work is in London .

  • Arnel Guinto

    Here’s a great article that discusses almost everything about investing in Mutual Funds in a very simple way –>> http://www.pisoandbeyond.com/2014/04/understanding-mutual-funds.html